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For the past four years, the strongest demand for talent with artificial intelligence (AI) skills has not come from the IT department, but rather, from other business units in the organisation, according to Gartner. Gartner Talent Neuron data shows that although the IT department’s need for AI talent has tripled

Google, Amazon and several large adtechs are helping fund the spread of disinformation about COVID-19 by placing unknowing brands’ advertisements on websites with false claims about the pandemic, according to a new report. The Global Disinformation Index, a UK government-backed group seeking to combat the spread of disinformation online, published

Australians are increasingly concerned about the impact of COVID-19 and are spending nearly twice as much time online in search of answers, according to data released today. Online news consumption nearly doubled last week compared to the four previous weeks, according to Nielsen’s latest Digital Content Ratings. Overall time online

Capgemini is buying independent MuleSoft full-service constancy, WhiteSky labs to help support the digital transformation of public and private sector organisations.  According to the company, 150 people from WhiteSky lab will join the Capgemini team. The transaction is due to close, subject to usual conditions, in the coming weeks. Olaf

Global and local tech giants are offering their services for free via an online portal that has launched to assist Australian companies during the COVID-19 pandemic.  The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) unveiled the online resource centre yesterday to help businesses and workplaces move towards remote working arrangements as the

The rollout of Australia’s new Consumer Data Right (CDR) has been delayed several times already. And there are now growing concerns that COVID-19 could push the launch date back even further as workers are forced to adapt to remote working and business uncertainty. But the latest update from the ACCC,

Nine could face a $420,000 fine from regulators if it does not improve its compliance with gambling advertising rules on its streaming platform. But gambling researchers are also concerned Australia’s new broadcast rules, which triggered the warning, may be diverting advertisements elsewhere online, where their impact is less understood. During

We’ve all seen the pictures: the giant island of rubbish in the ocean, marine animals with plastic around their necks and streetways blanketed in single-use bags, showing the villainous role plastic has on the world’s habitats.   Hoping to shed this “enemy number one” title, the plastics industry is making strides

This post is updated from work originally posted on the Gartner blog network in February 2017. You can find the original post here. As organisations face dramatic variations in use cases and user quantities of applications while confronting impacts of COVID-19, the potential fit of consumption billing with requirements is arguably more

Car subscription platform Blinker.com.au has announced drivers will now be able to subscribe to electric vehicles through its dealer partners. The launch will allow Australians to drive hybrid and electric cars without the added costs that come with purchasing a car outright from a dealership. With the subscription service, customers